Singapore: Recent Developments around Leases: Non-Derogation and Quiet Enjoyment; Evidence Act and Tenancy by Estoppel; Remedy of Distress
A number of matters relating to commercial leases have recently been before the courts in Singapore. They explore: the long-running question of the boundary between the non-derogation from grant covenant and the covenant for quiet enjoyment; the evidentiary rules relating to leases by estoppel; and the ambit of the landlord’s remedy – long abolished in many common law jurisdictions – of distress.
Asian Studies | Property Law and Real Estate
Property Law Review
LOW, Kelvin Fatt Kin.
Singapore: Recent Developments around Leases: Non-Derogation and Quiet Enjoyment; Evidence Act and Tenancy by Estoppel; Remedy of Distress. (2014). Property Law Review. 4, (2), 125-128. Research Collection School Of Law.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/sol_research/1390
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